Melrose abbey



/ˈmɛlrəʊz/
noun
1.
a ruined Cistercian abbey in Melrose in Scottish Borders: founded in 1136 and sacked by the English in 1385 and 1547: repaired in 1822 by Sir Walter Scott

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